Laila Anderson, 11-year-old St. Louis Blues superfan, joins team in Stanley Cup celebration

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Laila Anderson, 11-year-old St. Louis Blues superfan, joins team in Stanley Cup celebration

Anderson, 11, who suffers from a rare, life-threatening disease that results in the body making too many immune cells, had adopted the Blues.

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The St. Louis Blues are bringing 11-year-old superfan Laila Anderson to Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
USA TODAY

BOSTON – The St. Louis Blues’ young superfan got to join in the team’s on-ice celebration Wednesday night.

Laila Anderson, 11, who suffers from a rare, life-threatening disease that results in the body making too many immune cells, had adopted the Blues, especially defenseman Colton Parayko, and the Blues adopted her.

She was given the mic to rev up the crowd before Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final.

And she was there for Game 7 because the team surprised her by flying her to Boston.

After the Blues beat the Boston Bruins 4-1 to win their first championship, Parayko held the Stanley Cup with Anderson, and she was able to…

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